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No. As the music in iTunes is encrypted with DRM, you cannot directly put it on any non-Apple MP3 player. The easiest way is to burn the music to an audio CD and then rip it back to Windows Media Player or a similar program as an MP3. Or you can get some software to help you. I use TuneClone to do this. Though not free, it is very well worth a try. If you need further assistance, or further questions, just leave a comment.Cheers
The "iTunes" files are indeed protected. You'll have to convert the music to another format first. You can burn them to CD and then rip them back to your PC or you can get conversion software, you could try here first:
fabricant says no but... yes.
it is possible, but it is a hard task...
to use philips gogear on a mac, switch your data connection on options to msc. after that, you can plug as a usb driver.
if you want to sync it with itunes, you need to use a program called itunemywalkman, at this program, you will configure paths for pictures, videos, musics e etc, then sync.
since it's not an apple made mp3 player, you shouldn't need itunes to use it. whoever gave it to you probably neglected to give you the software disc you need to download your music, but try taking the music straight from itunes drag and drop style, or whatever other music programs you may be using.
Sorry iTunes does not allow non-iPod devices to sync with iTunes. However, if you download something called Double Twist, you can put the songs that you have in iTunes onto your Gogear. Double Twist pulls your music from iTunes and does all the necessary file conversion and it's really easy to use, you should give it a try.
Hope this helps!
The songs that you are trying to load have a license type that the GoGear does not support, or the license does not allow playback on mp3 players. The solution would depend on the music service that you are using, and the type of GoGear that you have - on some music services, you can pay extra money to get a song that has a license that allows transfer and playback on mp3 players.
If, instead of an SA6045, you have a newer model Go Gear, you may not be able to play DRM-encrypted songs at all. In which case, the solution would be to sign up for a music service that only gives you songs in mp3 format.
None of the GoGears - ever- were ever compatible with iTunes.
You can call Philips and register the product with them.
This GoGear is not compatible with iTunes.
You will need to use a converter like Media Monkey to convert those iTunes songs (AAC) format into mp3 format (but it will only convert the unprotected songs).
Then you can use Windows Media Player to transfer the songs to your GoGear.